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Volume 81, Number 4

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SEVENTH ANNUAL LATCRIT CONFERENCE, LATCRIT VII, COALITION THEORY AND PRAXIS: SOCIAL JUSTICE MOVEMENTS AND LATCRIT COMMUNITY ├▒ PART II

FOCUSING THE ELECTORAL LENS

The Latina/o and APIA Vote Post-2000: What Does It Mean to Move Beyond "Black and White" Politics?
Sylvia R. Lazos Vargas
81 Or. L. Rev. 783

Voting Matters: APIAs, Latina/os and Post-2000 Redistricting in California
Kathay Feng, Keith Aoki & Bryan Ikegami
81 Or. L. Rev. 849

Latinas/os and the Political Process: The Need for Critical Inquiry
Kevin R. Johnson
81 Or. L. Rev. 917

LATCRITICAL PERSPECTIVES: INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES, STATE SECURITY, AND THE WAR ON TERRORISM

Globalizing Terror
Berta E. Hern┬Ěndez-Truyol
81 Or. L. Rev. 941

Whose Liberty? Whose Security? The USA PATRIOT Act in the Context of COINTELPRO and the Unlawful Repression of Political Dissent
Natsu Taylor Saito
81 Or. L. Rev. 1051

Justice and Equity for Whom? A Personal Journey and Local Perspective on Community Justice and Struggles for Dignity
Peggy Nagae
81 Or. L. Rev. 1133

Sight, Sound, and Stereotype: The War on Terrorism and its Consequences for Latinas/os
Steven W. Bender
81 Or. L. Rev. 1153